2 years ago

Tom’s blog

British Summer Time is just about to start and we have not even had a sniff of Spring yet. In the 9 years I have been working on this golf course I have only closed the course once due to snow. Three times, the course has been closed due to snow in February and March… Read more »

2 years ago

Best dog-friendly days out in North Cornwall

What’s better than a Cornish getaway with fresh air, stunning clifftop scenery, and cosy pub lunches? Enjoying all the above with your faithful four-legged friend! Fortunately, Cornwall is one of the most dog-friendly parts of the UK, and many popular local attractions welcome well-behaved pups. Here are some of our favourites: Tintagel Castle   You’ve… Read more »

2 years ago

St Piran’s Day activities in Cornwall for 2018

Named after the patron saint of tin miners, St Piran’s Day is the national day of Cornwall when the county celebrates its Celtic heritage. Held on March 5th every year, St. Piran’s Day is a great time to visit the area and join in the festivities. Here’s a round-up of local events: Bodmin Starting at… Read more »

2 years ago

5 top tips

The 5 best tips for improving your swing: 1 Make sure you have a good grip: Your success in golf is determined by the degree of control you have over the trajectory, direction and speed of the golf ball. The biggest influence on all of these things is the quality of the formation of your… Read more »

2 years ago

KEEP FIT – Top 5 tips

The Points 5 tips to get fitter Diet – First things first, try to cut out or limit your junk food intake (processed foods, take-aways and sugary food and drinks). Don’t fall into the fad diet trap, IT WON’T LAST, trust us you’ll only revert back to your old ways. It’s a gradual change, just… Read more »

2 years ago

Tom’s Blog

Notes from the Head Greenkeeper January 2018 To say that it has been a tough winter would be an understatement, I don’t think we have strung 2 dry days together in the last 3 months, making any sort of major work or cutting impossible. We have been very fortunate to keep the course open for… Read more »

2 years ago

Top 5 things to do in Cornwall at Christmas

Christmas is just shy of a month away and you’ll probably be starting to pick out the best of what Cornwall has to offer around the festive period, so we thought we’d help you out with some suggestions of our own below as part of this month’s ‘Top 5’ feature blog.    Padstow Christmas Lights… Read more »

2 years ago

Tom’s Blog

As always a very unsettled weather pattern to the start of autumn. We have had some brilliant dry, sunny days mixed with more than our fair share of wet and wind. This all adds up to a greenkeeper’s nightmare. Strong but inconsistent growth is perfect for any disease to try and creep in, and the… Read more »